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Reemergence of classical swine fever, Japan, 2018

Postel, Alexander GND; Nishi, Tatsuya; Kameyama, Ken-Ichiro; Meyer, Denise; Suckstorff, Oliver; Fukai, Katsuhiko; Becher, Paul GND

In September 2018, classical swine fever reemerged in Japan after 26 years, affecting domestic pigs and wild boars. The causative virus belongs to the 2.1 subgenotype, which caused repeated outbreaks in eastern and Southeast Asia. Intensive surveillance of swine and vaccination of wild boars will help control and eradicate this disease in Japan.

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Postel, A., Nishi, T., Kameyama, K.-I., Meyer, D., Suckstorff, O., Fukai, K., Becher, P., 2019. Reemergence of classical swine fever, Japan, 2018. Emerging infectious diseases 25, 1228–1231. https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2506.181578
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